The judge presiding over a lawsuit to remove Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg from office after her drunken driving arrest granted a motion Friday to allow the county attorney’s office to test her blood and hair for drugs.
James Collins, executive assistant county attorney and the lead counsel in this case, said that in determining how to proceed, the attorney’s office needs to know if Lehmberg took prescription drugs at the time of her arrest, possibly amplifying the effects of the alcohol she consumed.
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